This must explain...
... why Samsung's TVs allegedly record what's going on around them - it's self-defence.
LG Electronics' home appliances top brass Jo Seong-jin has been indicted for allegedly sabotaging four of Samsung Electronics' high-end washing machines at a trade show last year. LG said on Sunday Jo and two others had been indicted by South Korean prosecutors for the alleged sabotage in Berlin last September. Separately, on …
"Like the fact that the fabulously beautiful planet, Bethsellamin, is now so worried about the cumulative erosion caused by ten million visiting tourists a year, that any net imbalance between the amount you eat and the amount you excrete whilst on the planet, is surgically removed from your bodyweight when you leave. So every time you go to the lavatory there, it's vitally important to get a receipt."
Am I the only one who thinks resorting to physical violence is a (significant) step up from patent disputes where lawyers get rich and the cases appear to hinge upon arguing points that seem to ignore where a patent is actually valid or not?
Apple: Knock knock
Samsung: Who's there?
Samsung: Goons who?
Apple: Hired goons.... (followed by the sound of a door being smashed and various electronic products being smashed)
Much more entertaining than having lawyers argue about whether some such design thingy is unique and it results in less money going to lawyers.